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F SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JULY 5t 1904 8AM NO 37 ItMATRIMONIAL George Martin aged 25 and his ale terlnIaw Mn Anna Martin fiff were married at Lexington MM Mattie Loomlllor who two years ago collected 150000 tniur anoo on her husbands lire booama In fatuated wltb a etrolllnjr musician at her homo In Husslton lod and mar rled blm afterafewdayi1 acquaintance tr Mr R W Llllard well known here was married at Wlncbeitor Tcon Wednesday to Mill Fannie Dello Grar a handsome and aocompllibcd woman Of tbat place Besides secret of friends here Mr Llllard has a number of rel atheeJ reception to Mr and Mrs r4Thomas DIll Guile who were united In marriage several weeks ago was given by tbo Knights of Columbus In the Catholic Club rooms at the corner of Marlon and Twlgg streets In spite of tbe fact that the weather In the evening had been rainy and threatening Ii largo number of friend of the popular young conplo wore present and tbo oc casion was a mot enjoyable one Tbo reception ball was beautifully decorat s ed with vines and lowers and the olio trio lights wero shaded la pink pre senUnc a very pretty effect Refreshments consisting of fruit punch toe aream and oake were served from the adjoining room whoh was also hand comely dteorated Music was render f ed on the violin and piano and a num bar of tbe guests engaged In dancing during the latter pert of the evening t Tbe guests departed at 11 oolooK with many expressions of good will to Mr and Mrs Gallic Tampa Fla Trl + bune Mrs Gallle was Miss Lillian Carpenter of the West End of Lincoln LAND STOCK CROPS ETC S J Embry Sons have 100 acres of wheat which they think will average 20 family horse for sale Women and children can drive him J 0 HtnpbUI Lancaster Ky Vanderbilt Orowoors and others of the New York 400 will trade en tries la tbe Louisville Horse SMw A numbr of oolligo suuJsMis from tbs east have gone to Htbraifcit tad Kansas to work In the harvest flslds- Kigltsh Lad won the 6t Louis Derby Ort Wells defeated The Pleket and Irish Lad at New York Saturday FOR SALE TfaowHJgbfcre Blank Berkshire boss Southdown aed high grade sheep of both sexes Jobs Steel OArp tar HestosivlHe Ky The crop of wheat Is this wottoa Is mack belter thaw reported some tine ago as Is evidenced by macy ol the farmers ooralog to towa the second time for twine Advocate Tie State Board of Equallaavlon has completed tie labors Tbe total value of aNd property la tbe State this year Is 1636744901 an Increase of eu 301240 over the valuation of last year J The total amount of texi due the State Is fU 37JlO Of thla amount Jefiertoo GOuty aloee pays J688746 88 One Ladys Recommendation SolcTJFlfty Boxes of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets I have I believe sold 60 boxes of Chamberlains Stomich and Liver Tab lets on the recommendation of one lady here who first bought a box of them about a year ago She never tires of tolling her neighbors and friends about the good qualities of these Tablets P M Shore Druggist Koohoiter Ind The pleasant purgative effect of these Tablets makes them a favorite with ladles everywhere For Sale by all drug gluts Over In Madlon county the other day n cow was killed by lightning Af ter tbe storm a farmer came along and seeing tbo dead cow went to the house of her owner and said Jim your black cow has boon struck and killed II Is tbat so answered tbo cows own 1en Thats the best cow I bad Shes worth 1100 at least What train struck bori She waint hit by a trainI said the farmer Lightning struck her Oh h said the owner of tbo cow I thought It was a train Well I dont care much That old cow wasnt worth over 110 anyway Winchester Democrat Wm J Bryan editorially In bis Com mover of Jnne 21 1004 thus tersely and truthfully presents his opinion of the policy and honesty of the Post The Loulsvlllo Evening Post continues to carry tho U oIA Democratic newspa per at the bead of Us editorial column Starting off Its editorial de partmont with this palpable falsohood the Post remains consistent Its every editorial utterance Richmond yon have any trouble with mother in law BrldesburltNo I married an orphan r When bilious take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For Sale by all druggists f Here and There Edward Perkins a wealthy land owns er was found dead In bed at Paris III James Lay of Rutland Tex shot and killed his ono rearold child and committed suicide Gilbert Haokwonna farmer living near Salforsvllle fell from his wagon and was Instantly killed In Montana robbers held up a gam bling room secured 62000 and In es caping killed a policeman Property worth upward 6100000 be longing to the Santa Fa railroad was destroyed by fire at Oloburne Tex Tbe big IlehKopf Buggy Companys plant at Paducab was damaged by an Incendiary fire totho extent of610000 At Brinkley In KnoU county John Curley a halfwitted boy shotaod kill ed his sister and fled to the mountains Major W C Nelson secretary of tbe Board of Fire Underwriters of Ken lucky and Tennessee died In Louie vlllo A Chinese Junk was blown up by a contact mine at the entrance of the Llao river and many persons were killedIn raid by robbers on the little town of Uordonsville Pa one man was kill ed and two others wounded Tbe robber escaped President Roosevelt at Oyster Bay where he wilt enjoy a relaxation from official and political duties until notl lied of his nomination July ST Dr Charles W LlttleQeld of ADder son led claims he has succeeded In generating animal life from chemical compounds and Invites scientists to In specs his demonstration A stockholder In the Marconi Wire loss Telegraph Company has Instituted a suit demanding a receiver and an ac counting He alleges mismanagement and tbe waning of asiets The contract for furnishing schoolbooks In tbe State for the next five years was awarded the American Book Company of Cincinnati by the State School Book Commission Byaslrable device which will be attached to oil guns of the United States navy all danger of anotber blow back which caused tbe Mis souri disaster will be eliminated R Lee Sater a member of the Lou isville Board of Public Safety was ao oMealaUy shot and killed at tbe Dream Palaee Fishing Olmpa few miles above Louisville Tbe fatal shot was fired by W O Vaughn a 10 yearold boy who had been oat on a nights oarovse aid who was firing two revolvers pro rnlscuouelv as be patted the lamp la a aarrtage with bU party Rev Silas C Swallow nominated for President by the Notional ProbtbUloe CouveeUon In Indianapolis Is editor of the Pennsylvania Methodist and has three times run for State oOlees In Pennsylvania for State Treasurer In 1887 and for Governor In 1SS3 and 1001 He received 118000 votes for Treasurer In 1317 and 138000 votes for Governor In 1888 George W Carroll of Beau moat Tex the nominee for Via Pres ident Is the owner of tart off proper ties In Texas and Ik reputed to be a millionaire A Chinese servant employed In a New York family who lived next door to a famous woman pianist left suddenly after only a few days service His knowledge of the English language was rather limited and the letter which bo loft behind him notifying tbo family of hit departure was written In Chl fleas With tbo aid of an Interpreter the gist of tbe oommunloatlon was mado out I do not mind your heath en parrot said the letter I do not mind your barbarous customs of dressing and eating but the lady next door who site on the musical Instru meet ovary day Is too muohHarp- els Weekly Daring operations of rgeons which would never have been attempted In the lest generation now have no torrora for the foromosloxperts with the knife In Chicago on enterprising member of the profession bastaken six iiltoboa In the outer edge of the heart of a boy who bad been wounded by a bullet and It is thought the patient may recover Before thorough use of antiseptics so bold an experiment would hardly have been thought of but In this century surgery has gone forward with giant strides and In desperate cases in pros oat conditions radical measures of tbo extremest type have proved frequently to bo successful Woodbury Father You are guilty mv son I must pifnlsh you Woodbury Kid Just walt a minute pop will you- Woodbury Father What for Woodbury KidI want to the a mo tlon for u now trial What to do Until the Doctor Arrives morIbuand Diarrhoea Itomedy and you will have no need of a doctor For sale by all diugglsU INEW NOTES Paul Morton has been sworn In as secretary of the navy It Ie stated that the Japanese now have 180000 men In the field One thousand five hundred employes of the Pullman car shops were laid off A Siradlvarlus violin onco pawned for 61 was sold In New York for 10000 A large vessel presumably a Russian warship Is on the rooks near Port Ar thurA man who killed his former land lady at Chicago narrowly escaped be log lynched An attempt was made to wreck the big organ In Festival Hall at the Worlds Fair George P Emery prominent In Maine polities was tuned dead In his bed at Portland- A final report of the Census Bureau shows tbat there are 8810780 Negroes In the United States Joseph R Ryan National Democrat ic Commltteman from Nevada died of pneumonia In St Louis Benfamln Rhodes ahd Wilson Reed contractor wero killed while sinking a shaft near Shelbyvllle 111 John Oalloy Tyler who enlisted tljo Confederate army at tbe age of twelve years died In Chicago Two persons wore killed a third fa tally hurt and five others Injured dun log a tornado at Holmeivllle Neb Bulgarian bandits murdered a Greek notable burned his family alive and disemboweled two of bis neighbors Nellie Laden tbe slxyear old daugh ter of Van Laden was run over and killed by an electric car at Lexington A thirteenyearold boy committed suicide at Pelham Manor N Y because bo had been ordered to bed early Lester May a Brooklyn newspaper man after being separated from his wife a year and a half ktlled her and committed suicide An Illinois man preparing to enter the airship contest at St Louis has been arrested on a warrant charging oODlplraoJand fraud the year 64013077308 pasted through tbe New York Sub treasury as against a total of 13601896 172 for the year pre eedlnjt To prove the safety of bis theatre a Chicago manager has offered to be chained to a front seat while a 30foot pan of oil Is Ignited on the stage Two locomotives and two baggage oars were demolished and three trainmen badly hurt In a beadon collision on the C H and D railroad near MI aralsbarr O A Nero Identified as the amllant of Mrs Oscar Banister was token from tbe jell at Cartersburg Ga and lyneh ed Five hundred sbou wereflred Into tbe dead body By the explosion of a gasoline launob seven persons were Injured at Tonka bay Lake Mluuetonka two prominent society men of Minneapolis belngso se riously hurt that they may die Caster Gardner who assassinated Squire Oiborne and his son David Os borne la Hart county some months ago and who Is aent sod to bebanged July 33 has given ont a signed oonfes Dion By a wonderful burst of speed the Harvard crew beat out Yale In the fouroared race at New London Cone after trailing all the way Yale won the big event the Varsity II easily leading all tho way Ambition to become a landed proprietor led the cashier of an Aurora Ill bank to use nearly 300000 of tbe Institutions reserve fund The an nouncement caused a lively though brief run on tbe bank E H Harriman has laid plans for the acquisition by the Southern Pacific system of tbe Chloago Burlington and Quincy road now controlled by J J Hilt In order to secure a direct line from Chicago to San Francisco Secretary Sbaw gave out a statement In Washington showing that the ac tual receipts and disbursements of Treasury Department are only three quarters of a million In excess of estimates mado to Congress Commie stoner Yerkes says the Internal rove nue receipts do not indicate any gener al business depression According to a ruling made by State Auditor Gulmport of Ohio tbe estate of tbe late Senator Hanna will bo compelled to pay to the State a tax of about 60000 This Is under the direct inheritance tax law passed by the Legis laturo last winter the Auditor ruling that all estates not yet sealed are lia persondiedChamberlains CoiiCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This remedy is certain to be needed in almost every home before the summer Is over It can always be depended upon even in the moat severe and dangerous cases It Is especially valuable for sum pleasantIto never to prompt relief Why not buy it now It may rave life For sale by all druggists IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J T Wesley of tho Bethel Ridge section of Casey Is dead aged 60 Mrs Leila Barklev Fisher la dead of consumption at Nlcbolasvlllo aged 51 In a street fight at Somerset Grant Roberts was shot In the knee and bad ly wounded by Alvey Cundlff Robert Durham 14 years old son of Jim Durham of Plttsburg accidentally shot himself through too head and will dieRobert little eon of Ike Dunn was thrown from a horse In a wheat field near Dryantavlllo and had hit leg bad ly broken Addison Henderson aged 02 died at the home of his brother David Hender ten ills remains wero laid away in the Lewis grave yardM4 Vernon Brown charged wltb being Im pllcated In the killing of Deputy Sher lit Wash Thacker of Clay county shot and killed Wade Gregory on Horse Creek that county Gregory was a friend of the Phllpots In the Phllpot Grlffln feud Nettle Lair attempted to commit sui cide In the Harrodsburg lock up by hanging Sho was discovered by oth er prisoners and cut down but not un til she was almost strangled The wo man was locked up on a drunk and dis reputable charge The Journal says the Veranda Hotel In Stanford was closed on account of HI health of Mrs Coffey Messrs Farris k Hardln proprietors of the famous St Asapb Hotel have rented the build log to bo used as bed rooms These gentlemen have built up a splendid rep utation as hotel men and their con stantly Increasing business was crowd log the house Now however they have ample room and If you want the bet meal the market affords ora neat comfortable room stop at tbe St Asaph and you will get all you are looking forLancaster Record The following ts telegraphed from Livingston A man giving his name as Frank Johcson was arrested here suspected of being tbe person who rob bed the ponoBloe a few days ago In his possession were found skeleton keys flop nitroglycerine soap and other articles used by the profession Johnson seems to be about 28 years ofi age and Is a tough looking citizen He was taken to London and lodged In jail to await trial In making tbeentranco to the postoOloe a window was broken and blood marks on Johnsons hand look as it It had been out by the glass Mrs Mary A Williams mother of R L and Curd Williams died at her home In Wllllamsburg She was former ly a eltlien of this county having lived here for 46 years previous to moving to Whitley county about IS months ago She was about 80 years old and was a noble Christian hearted lady having been a strict member of the Christian cnuroh slnae her girlhood days She wits universally beloved by all who knew her Her many friends In this county will bo sad to learn of herdeath which came so suddenly Her remains were burled In Williamsburg cemetery Casey County News Editor Walton has been attacked by a contempoary of the Lexington Dsm oorat for showing favors to democratic mercantile dealora In his official capacity as purchaser of supplies for tbe Houses of Reform Characteristic of- tbe man la the frank acknowledgment of the Impeachment and voluntary statement that he further favors those who show favors to his thoroughly democratic paper He does not whip the devil around the stump in any thing His policy Is approved by tho Governor tbo members of the Board of Commissioners and by everybody oleo who subscribes to the ancient demo cratic doctrine that to the faithful be IIIprepared to that prac his policy has and Is dally resulting In a saving of monoy to the State He has lestltutlonIwere out own dolIlees for Institution to secure lower prices for spot cash Walton Is truly a manly kind of a man but he la neither a fool or a miserable hypocrlt as are some of crIUcISomersetI A dispatch from BrlnkleyKnott county eayn The first rain for 20 days fell here and was accompanied by a severe wind storm Rain fell In torrents for two hours doing great damage togrow Ing crops The Chicago limited on tbe Wabash railroad bound for St Louis ran Into an open switch at Lltchfleld III and was overturned In a ditch Twenty persons were killed and about 40 were Dora Collins of Knott county was thrown from a horse while return lag home from church and was perhaps fatally Injured Italian miners kllleda 12yearold boy and seriously wounded another near Pomeroy O i i Hot Weather Comforts Homespun Suits j Low Shoes Hatsij We can show you a large variety of patterns and prices Come in and look rerr T o miLLER Danville KB THE GLOBE BUY The Best Perfection Wickless Oil Cook Stove from w H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Visa Sue Rout bookkeeper J W Rout Jr B G Goode clerks and Hare Steward porter 1 000 Pot mouth is tho royalty received by tho patentee of tho HAS ELDHN FILTER This must bo a good thing if it is worth that much to those people I will put you up ono for tho small sum of 500 Call and examine my stock of force pumpt east iron cistern platform with galvanized pump to fit bucket pumps pitcher pumps roofing guttering and plumb ing work done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed Phono No 110 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford K- yDruggistConfidence Confidence no fear of mistakes is what we have built our trade upon KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE EXACTNESS CAREFULNESS and PURE MATE RIALS are our stock in trado When you want things done right when you want pure drugs when you are tired of taking chances come to us Tho utmost care in every department the best service and the best merchandise r is our constant aim Dr W N CraigPharmacistSta- nford Kentucky GO TO W B McRoberts FOR 1 LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED 1STANFORD LANDRETHSI WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS J ry n ItL z r x c s rt r b argr wdr f g s MOVflLSL j 1 atIBE QRND LDfflIi On July 15th the GRAND LEADER will be a thing of the past in Stanford On the above date we will move everything left from this sale We would rather sell than move it and are going to offer to attemptedinProfits we dont want We must sell Saving to you will be great NothIng exchanged tnothing charged no goods sent out on approval Dont ask it charged Save yourself being refusedt1 CJ C L1i IEtEIi Go 0C JDBrown silk and wool saucy drew goods 10 inches wide tree 1 removal sAl price 30o yard tiolidcolored Cashmere all wool 38 inches wide cold at 5Ocale price U5c yard Elegant MoLtire 56 inches wide blAck and grej wld at 0koak price 31 yard FintM finish voilf in blue and cream color sold at G5c wale price 38c yd One piece of firn black figured voile sold at SI yard SAle price 28c yard yardfl c ard 20r Lawn all kinds selling out sale price Die yard iV colored Swiseoa go at lOo yard Id dress Giuglmiiis go at 6c ynrd- It Jo dregs Ginghams go at 7ic yard lOc dross Ginghams go at 19jc yard littlemoneywantsExtra I GRAND LEADER4 STANFORD postofcei i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL k E C WALTON HON HARVEY HELM returned from the Sbelbyvllle convention Saturday afternoon In fine spirits and looking none the worse from tbe bad treatment he received at the hands of Messrs Gilbert and Moore In unseating hi delegates from Garrard There Is no soreness about him over tbe and he feels like his friends do that he laughs best who laughs last and that his time will come It matters not what I method Is decided on to settle the ques Lion of a nomination Of course there firwas no earthly justice In taking Gar from Mr Helm and dying It to Col Moore but if there bad been was not Mr Gilbert action In the matter- a peculiar one It was at his request that the Gilbert men In Gar j rard went Into Mr Helms line In the j precinct conventions and It was b i their aid that Mr Helm carried th county over Col Moore In tbe con l test that followed Mr Gilberts Fri day Mr Burl voted to unseat Mr Holms delegate and seat Col Moores and afterward his friends lo conven- tlon voted to adopt the majority report l robbing our couatymaeofGarrardava lPolitics la a strange game though and we suppose the unusual things done are those that should first be forgotten In Mr Gilberts spseobes be warned LbeI Voters to ignore 001 Moore appeal for their suffrage saying that tbe NerI it ear man had threatened to buy tbeI I nomination with the 10000 he uudeI on cotton He was especially severe on Cot Moore In tbe campaign but I turned up as hU friend ia tbe convention just when a trleod was needed He evidently thought Mr Moore was the man be bad to beat uotll tbe re turns oatnu In and then he saw where thereitbe ruminated by either Mr Helm or 11baveto con c to1 Mr Helm who Is In his judicial district What could he have gained by going to Mr Gilbert The latter could not bave promised withj t any degree of certainty of delivering 9the goods Shelbys vote two for Mr Helm Is very strong in that county and he might have secured second Instructions there had he made the effort Col Moore has virtually U0 followlng In Shelby All things b equal he should have preferred to help tilncolna entry over Shelby and why Lincoln lost her candidates for circuit judge and commonwealths 5 attorney to that county leas than a year 1agoand In November gave her biggest democratic majority In years She J Morgan Cblnn appellate clerk rouslntmajorIty better in propor fa to her democratic strength than Shelby Mercer Is 6r to us r geographically and there Is more In r 5 common between Lincoln and Meroer than there la between Mercer and Shelby Col Moore should have thrown his strength to Mr Helm when ho ea he had no show to win himself Judge W C Bells account knowlo the political precedence It would hav given that gentleman Be could have paid a debt of gratitude most hand eomely for he had no better worker In polltlejudge Bo should have nominated Mr tbrcontest was detrimental to the part and the Important races that are t come off this year He should bare made Mr Helm the standard bearer bacause of the latter eternal Stows for the office and because of the clean dignified race be has made from start to flnlah Mr Gilbert Is not Mr Moores friend and he ought to know ItMr Helm proved his friendship for the colonel at Shelbvvllla We coo tend that Mr Gilbert la responsible for thys Hadehe not assisted Qol Moore In taking Clatter county from Mr Helm tbe would have seen at ones that be had no chance to win and would have given his vote to either Mr Helm 01I Mr Gilbert more probably the fOlDterI Lincoln county demoerate are proud of tbe race their oaadldate hat made aedj still pin their faith to him They feIcloser to him nod are more tnaa everI determined that he shall wla beeauMt of his clean manly fight for tbe Domi nation Hie refusal to accept the nom ination at Sbelbyvlili Knowing that fraud would be practiced stamp him tbe kind of Coogreealoaal timber Ken tucky democrats want and In this race ore determined to have TUB New York Sun says that Roosevelt Is tbe grit president of tbe United States who was city born There has never been cbosen a president from any city This Is not so remarkable as It may seem The cities M a rule are unfriendly to the production of great statesmen from the seed Note from country with the stamina of the cudIare well managed They are the cap talod of industry sod of politic It to s be noted of Roosevelt that he want beTax republican platform says t4 tariff mutt be revised only by Itsrmends Its friends are those whom enriches by reason of high duties Consequently when they revise tho make the duty higher The succession revisions since 1800 adopted by re publican Congresses have been made In the direction of more Intolerable ex action EditorJohnmotberTilewas at the Shelbyvlllo convention suddenlyn yardMkanl yard15cyard85o at 19c yard yardBeetHair5c e Ladies SI kkl gloves eiser only 5i and 7 1 gout 9bo all colors 8Ac Hamburg go at ISc yard 26c Hmnlmrgt go at 1SJ e yard 15c IlHinburge go at Dc yard ire Hamburgs go At 4c yard KY POLITICALISome of toopraeidcoe Senator Butler of North Carolina has tendered his resignation as chairman of the Populist National Executive Committee Mr Butler Is a Roosevelt manpThe in coavcntion at Ibdlanapolls nominated Silas C Swal foor Vice President Gen Miles In a tele gbeforeIt is practically certain that John Sharp Williams will be the temporary chairman of the National Democratic Convention The men who are being mentioned forth permanent chairman snip are Thomas E Barkwortb of Michigan Patrick A Collins of Mae saetauietti David R Row of Wl cOD sin and Champ Clark of Missouri Tbe Hearst teen wll probably support Mr Clark Charles F Murphy tied eoroe of the Tammany leaders nn aoweadeayoriag to work up a stamped for Cleveland Tllelbvefrom their ealoulatlaw and Murphy la Interview IB New York declared that Clevelaudwas the strongest men Democratic party could nominal The Indications art that nothing bOltof a stamped can defeat Parker the nomination The democratic leaden who are atIriving in St Louis are fftrtac s adopidbyIt Is their dMlr that It be short and plateformbe presented to the resolutions GOlD mittee and for this reason touch at tention bas been drawn to the Nan maDyrllpeoteIiQuietly and with no display the new members of tbe President cabinet took the oath of office hNdaycF aIMoody relinquished tbe Naval portfo lio sod became AttorneyGeneral then accompanying Paul Morton to tbe department where after the oath had WuNavyPreldentltooevltewas sworn In as Sec of Commerce and Labor The following Is telegraphed from 01yor ry of Campbell will be selected to place tho name of the Hon Judson Hal mon before the democratic convention at St Louis James Is most likely to be selected There IB some talk now afterthecondoeHarmon is believed to have as good a Cleyelead Tbe tide at St Louts Is all toward ooninstioot brear 1lp In the action possibly on the first ballot Farm For Sale I Oa sorrt of inbonltfa I desire to sou- rivately tar tarts of ITt acres located edge of Httntonvtllc Good Improvement 10I aiwboleR A JONES J DENTISTStanford J lay uflla In Mvrs IInue Parlor Phocs St Sonson of 1904 Crab Orchard Springs Kentuckys Most Delightful Summer Resort Four Hotels Capacity 600 Guests Famous CrHbOrehard Springs At the heated term aeproeebe tbe tllatffb rt beN shall IrO b peek rest artU and lad pleasant and cool eIfChU This emu be ea Uy aneweivd Ooh Onhud tape tIqI for oerrly a altar hue prove m04 Irs u tees aa4 tat user peo Ne to be tb beet In ItshMonr There health sad bapplo earn always be onlywnplaeeet hem Tau till October Tb fan oos Ores water frnei which Is sade Orab Orchard Sell lulphur Chaly beate Mar eesla etc all flow from larre prlngs edge to Ne Hotel A new Men Well has been opened sad the UM of the Bait lulpbor Well at depot use been se cured The Table tfeltber mousynor pain will spared to mako the table the best to lw feral la Son tucky pia cattln routton pork rod poultry fattcaed OB the Spring farm sat ser med aaywbere Improvenicnta The Iprlagi balldlOK have all bees Im proved wbll print and paper have bps liberally used The grounds Ire la tbe very of coodlUon sad peerentcere lovely to behold sow AU of the walk have peen Ivlllied Also a couplet Job of plumbing jest abtratooapletod from top to Society and Amusements Grab Orelwrd Springs has lonjbcoti noted for the homolike that pervades the entire The ceremonial of fashionable homo life ore laW adds while each Individual promote his or her own hopplnesg lu contributing to tho happiness of Rates The rata are very low eonstderlnff the exeelloney ot the service par tS to f 10 per week dollghtful room and splendid fare can be obtained Season Opened June The season opened Juno lit and alt dui the Summer a splendid band of tnuilo will be In attendance FOr further particulars address J B WILLIS Manager Crab Orchard Ky ftOc TufeU llilball colon go nt 29o yard Vic Nash Silks all color fto at 88c yard f1 Taffeta ilkk nil COlOR go at B9e yard ftOo black figured China ilks go at We yard Lades 12 e ribbed veetn go at 8c each too ladies black liale gloves g at 19e pair 25c ladle black lisle gloves rii at 1 ru jrair- ChildreneOxfurle were II u 11 now Gl r Childrens Oxford wera 11211 12 to 2 now 9o Mesas canvas oxfordt the 150 kind now Oc Melts fine vici kid uxfoni were 260 now 139 5t4Messpeas 33c underwear now lIe gurmeuL garmeaLMars The last place departed ones the erection a Monument Let It exclusive and artlstlcdeslgn the best material and perfect workmanship We carry the largest stock Monuments Marker and KentuckyLetterlnoNone better None cheaper WM A DA MS SON Lexington ic- yTRY I A PAIR OF OUR SHEARSdud not eetWectory return them and get toatitut pair or YOUR MONEY We have right ud leftfMad SciMon Embroidery Buttonhole Ovalor square edge Sheer the largest aseortment ever town Call and them c0txStanford We Still Have In Stock A Fine Selection of India Linens Lawns Bastiste and Dimities which we are offering at very low 1 Drlces WeE Perkins lint term begins Monday Bont 5 The members of are oxpe Uncovered ODd and made almost at good as new a small amount I Wad flx your better than the tramp repairers and less money Give me n trial Flux K ATKintt Stanford of your by of be of of of if in we Crab Orchard VI Ky Stanford Male And female Seminary STANFORD KENTUCKY 1004 our Faculty all thepaintodu04tlool1work UMBRELLAS repaired tot umbrella for resting suitable r NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP blacksmithpreparedWorkman ItimeIIAKEK WALLSj t f s r SAMPLE FANS AVti have purolmwd n wholesalers Hue of tninplei earl larva some beau tiful tRill at much below the tttuul price No two nlikt A hutidml differ 1entkinds 9c to 8188 tf LAWNS IHe sure to get some of these Lawns at Sic Calicoes at 4jc Zephyr linghnnu lit So 12E to 20c line Lawns mill fiwiwei at Oc eEIVERAIfCE i3a SONrJTANFORDI INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Jriv i 1001 oI OUR special atwuilon li directed award a complete Modern nod Solentlf le Pre rliloB Department Your i re tcriniloa when triiiMd to our CAre will be Ailed lust at your doctor bat order ad with only the purwl drugs and only by a eeaapetaot sad iwgleur d werwn Puiye Oral Store Stanford ICv PERSONALS MR M P ELKIW of Islington wad bare nIIMR M M SWKJCN Y wet toMarlon salary Saturday JCDUH W It OiUBtt of MoQtliello was here Sunday JAMBS Q IIOOKHK ot Llvlnziten was bare yesterday MJ88 HATHH ORNDORrr eJ Uvtnjji GfI11 with Mu W 0 Speed MR THOMAS SHHAVTtAX wtQarrard paid ibis oOlM a tall yeitorday- QurntAX PowntJ It bask from Rochwter Pa where he bat beta at work MR W B MoxnillaT leas takwi a pMlltoa with J IL 1k1IMau A CD llUri MR A O RorrMAX wat atttl1It- tM MU VerBW Sls al imrlBg a rwb SI week MM VlOfOR BALLOC and llttU I0IlI ute rtMrncd from a vM M IMF aids nt J MUM Oily MRS II D ORHOORY aa4 oblldren otOovlDBtoa are wltto JwJce nod Mn Jana P Bailey Plliui KBMI JR of DlrmlBRbam Ala li vliltlDK hit grandfather Mr Tim IennloRlon- Mtes Bu MAY NBWLANO has tak en Miss Mary Braaea plate In tbe tel ephone exebance- MRBO M JONM li visiting her leas T W and B W Jonei at Wal Mn Boone county DlouiKS WOODS ofOlo BDaaipent Sunday and yesterday with Mi mother MM Adella Woods MBWRS W P MAURY awl Lelley Carpenter ot Plttibtirjf Pa are with tin Misses Meeefee MRS WM DCKBVAKT and obtMren llttitmrif are with her pireuU Mr J D Baitln and wife MR ED DUD KAR wife aid baby ol BlrBlBRhatn Aln are with their percale to this eooety Poor Qt D acoNBt of UncaiUr always n weleeme vlrtwr was a seller at ibis om a jMMrday- tlBMlRMIM YAwns hftt reMrMd trim a two wwkt vtott to irleda ai HlebelavllU sad LaaeaiMr- MR L B HILTON of Brodbead la wortclac alrb a at UM depot while Ja CarpMMr la laid oar by Ulnee- aMtsnw KATHBMMI WAMUN RId Bllaaketb Oaibecry of Liberty wire bare at the MiebrattM Terterdny- OWUKY MAMIBB nod staler Mlet Mary Linda Master ol NathTllle are f laces at Has Jhn Sara Oweleys MRS BMJUAU TiTRSRE who bat- brrn with J4n M M Sweieeyrc tl r rood to her 5ioni a at Lbesoe 8aiur s av Miss SCN WHus it back from a vii to Mlllerebipjr rulatlvae Miss Lie o Allan rattJioeii with her lad la ber f CHMms Ttvia i nrtNTKR It one of a r house parr that It belajr eater Ulurl by Mlea 1nlav Prewltt al lAa lOIMM K P Owiii IY sod daughter- d Mite Maine Ba1 Columbus Oa are wlrt Mite Pearl nnrn lde aid other relatives here IlIMRK Bt AMCHB MONT and Verne KMOis of TjOulefUle and Minerva 11bry of UatBRton are with Mitt faille Taylor Woods Miss MAY BIRO GIVEN who has been wlih Mrs W P Crimea end oU w ulaUrea here returned to her hams at Mtddleaboro Saturday MRS J H MoAUWKR returned Saturday from a visit to her husband In Mississippi She says bar husbands delighted with his now home 1JaMn HARVEY PWYD of tho Way noibur section was here yosterdnv He It 70 years old but la still patriotic and loves to celebrate the glorious t fourth MESSRS JOHN AND Button Bush ANAN of Louisville and Montgomery Ala inootlvely were on Sundays train bound for Crab Orchard to spend the fourth with their mother LOCALS A GOOD rain fell yesterday and last night It waa needed t I TRY B load of Elmer Deahams coal Phone No 118 or salt on him at Row lard WANTCDA white narHi for a baby six months old Mrs John B Potter Stanford GKRANIDHB at 7 bit plants Other bedding plants la proportion Joba ObrtoBJaa Tlr LaIn AM Soelety will milt with Mrs W n QlKKlninexi Friday aftaraooa at I oolook Tint O WB M will meet at the lecture room ot MM ObrlttloB ohuroh S30 Thursday afternoon TIIRMB e0ead k sad boggles for eale or trade and a good fresh milk sow tot sale B D Carter Stanford t sIOUR boys west to Laneaner Friday afternoon and defeated tbe ball team at tbat pleas by a wore of 3 to 2 tIwas aloe game Mit D PARRU of Grab Orchard who has a dome or 10 tore ilek wltbI dtit Mper wanu to know a good rem edy for the dtteaM POR HRMT The llule storeroom on LaaoaiMr Street MXt door to IX TSKSOIt JocRKAb entrance W P Waltew LexlBgtva Ky POR IALH Oousua of Aw rooms ball ttad aloe veranda Large barn rte Plaoe watt be sold Per perils stare Me L It HngbM Stanford Txa pleats at Ortpplag Springs Saturday wai well attended and everybody had n big time Splendid order wee preserved Manager Pliber tells as AT the tale of Col W G Wclobt effeett Saturday Crab Orchard Bank leg Co nook told at no 76 and Bearer Creek 011 S ties Co stock at an average of III A mVHLLINO on DryW D OBan nont hanging Pork farm burned Friday the roof catching Are from aspark It was oocapled by Mr and Mrs Wil liam Martin who lost most of tbe content Lovunsdunswilt glad to learn that there will be a grand ball at Crab Orchard Springs Friday evening July 16 Saxtoa tbe Immortal II will furnish MNle for the ooeailon whleh will be a swell one This Crab Orobunt Faircatalogues wilt be really for distribution In a few days Tbe premiums atuTpartes offer ad thllr are eva more liberal than thee bHBg op last year and a fine lot ot horses wilt ooateM for them GrRSTC art rapidly arriving at Crab Orebard Sprite aid the proapeeta are that every room ta tee ewdraodlooa buildup will be Oiled IB a week or to A box ball alloy JIMI put In there le- one of abe new Bmuteeseate Lisle tear THE Music Cure lies beet takep up by Bottoa toolety and Ue detrowee are said 10 be numbered by the hun dreds lie advooatee avert that mule hat an extraordinary power to GUN rosuy tile eepeclally those ot a nerrout origin WEMke ibis opportunity to tbaak the people of Lincoln county for their very liberal patronage IlaTlBt die solved partaerahlp we would BOW apt preciate a settlement of all account due us Our books can be found at W H Blgglas and W B MoKlanev It there reedy to square your account Very truly BlgglM McKlnnev No NOMINATION Saturday morn Injr after ISO ballot had bole taken by j the Shelby vllle oonrontlon E B Hoo folloloIresolution which was unanimously adopted We the delegates ot the Eighth COB greaslonal district In oonventlon at tembled have for five days faithfully attempted to discharge the duty of nominating a candidate for Congress and having taken 180 ballots without making any change whatever in the situation and now believing It Is to the Interest of the democracy of the die trict to refer the making of said nomi nation back to the voters ot the dis tract be It- Resolved Tbat this convention request the regular democratic organi sation of this district to order a prima ry election for tho purpose of making a nomination for Congress in said die riot II The convention adjourned with good feeling prevalllngamong the delegates = = Come Early Stay Late = = as Supply your wants at our Great Mill End Sale Such values we have never offered before Odds and Ends from every depart ment Short Lengths of every description and variety of fabrics Remember the sale starts Monday July 4th ends July 9th For Cash II THE FILL your coal house but get Elmer Denbams prime before yow d- oSt those II shirts we are now sU log at 88c to close out George ti Par rte A Co dTRsail and pay your taxes M S Bauch man sheriff e THI young met ante a delightful Improtapta hop at Waltons Opera louse last night Tans bo onereasonably good behavior yesterday and Marshal Jones was fereed to make only a few arrests TUB term circuit court In the reeolleetlon of tbe oldest Inbabl a cast ended Friday Not a person allI seat to tbe penitentiary Six or seven young bloodhounds by Mlliurns ehamton dog with 260 we eetiful trails to his credit for sale M S Baugbman Stanford Ky OUR store will be oloied Wednesday and Thursday July 0 and 1 while are taking an Invoice Buy your goods today 0o H Farris A Co Tins Ladles Aid Soelity ot the Cbrlftine church carved delightful sake yesterday They bayeour thanks for a liberal sample of tbe good things PRIVILIURB FOR SALK The Crab Orchard Pair A Ifoetag Anoolatlon orIfen the following privileges for sale Dining room lunch counter soft drinks peanuts popcorn candy frulte ami cigars Apply at once W D Wallln secretary Date of fair July 87 SS SO St IbatS Bubank of this place as uperloI tendent Ills wife will alto teach In tbe school Prof and Mrs Bubank are both splendid teacher and we congrat ulate our West Bnd neighbors on securing their services They will move to Huilonyllle the latter put of August TUB 4th July celebration peetor day was a suoeeis in every partloulart A oruwd estimated at high as 3000 came irate several counties to enjoy the day with us and that they did enjoy It tbere Is no doubt Everybody was In a good humor and out for a good time At 10 oolook tbe parade started down Danvjlle Street headed by the Crab Orchard Goldt Silver Band drawn by six nowwhite hones Following It was little Carl Carter who drove the MaooabM goat and next earns tbe Knights of Maoeabeea float on wblen a done Maccabees In regalia of the order rode Henry Heaters crack team of mules moved this oredltable display Some M or more Maeoabees OB bortebaok followed Then same J P Cammtet automobile advertising Cummins A MoCluryu genie furolife log house 6 fluehaa Aldrtdges float- sumi next It was a spleadld adver tisement of his plumbing basinets J T Jones lbs nwtaurantw had a mini turn team of use polling a cart and in it was a Negro eating ginger cake and drloklog older A number of hand some rigs followed the procession as It went through the principal streets of townAt 11 oclock the crowd fathered In the courthouse yard where appropri ate speeches were made by Col T P Hill Hon R C Warren and Mr M r Elide Judge M C Saufley Intro laced the speakers In a short but lit dog talk Mr Elkln represented the great Order of Maccabees and gave some taunting potato concerning that growlos and popular order A heavy rats fell at 230 and a goof many oi the contests bad to be out out John Menefee Jr woo the fat mans race Wesley Embry the boys race under 14 years tevrly Rout the foot race tor boys under 10 and Joe Lynn Ooffey the freeforall foot race Welch Rochester won the wheelbarrow race and Welch Rochester and Joe Lynn CofToy tile threelegged race The Crab Orchard Band discoursed abundance of sweet music and added greatly to the pleasure of the day The Stanford Maccabees did their bOlt to entertain the large crowd and Sight well did they succeed They are entitled to a voto of tbanks and we nova that they bo given It The Uro works last night was an en joyable feature of the big day The shooting of Roman candles sky rook ets etc continued for an hour and was witnessed by a cheering crowd of several thousand J CHURCH MATTERS IDr B B Bailey of Winchester waall unanimously called to the pa orate of the Baptist church at Shelby vllle Tbe quarterly meeting of the Metbo dlitebureh will be held here next Sat Nlay and Sunday Rev J W Simp Inn presiding elder will conduct the services Rey P Walker will begin a pro trailed meeting at Johnsons Chapel In tbe Wilt End July 13 He will be asilited by Hev W N Lawrence of Somerset Rev Stephen Owslev of Mlddteibc ro has purchased a tent that will seat tOO people and will shortly commend camp meeting at Four Mile Tbeold war horse intends and does make It for Satan wherever be goes says tbe Plnevllle heral- dLUMBER WANTED I I went to buy staves spoke heading lumber lop ate Will pay highest cast prKo at Moteland D U O Pylor SAVE MONEY By burl seal early We have Juit re calved II oar coal and will Mil ata reduced rice of from t to 3 Dente oa bushel ebaper IBB IB SS days from above date RING OOX Moreland Kv WANTED I I want to rent or b jKood blackcmlth la a good town or cloM to OUI All MMiet Work done DmttefMtlon saran teed Ad4rtM A 0 Hot Stan ItyTo Wheat Raisers I We will store IB our warehouse and elevator also handle and take care of Mr wheat FRKR OP CIlAIfOK until Dee IH4 We further agree to pay tot the the price delivered P O U at More Station from the eoriunttMen mer- ohante of Cincinnati 0 D M LIPPS SON HnitonvlllK NOTICE I am ready to kindle butter In any qwinUty Will pay oath or goods fsr aR kinds of produce at market price IlMi bear la mind all moo4e meat be for be leaving the lioute W f BHAUSHAW Tarnertvllle EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Hiving been in the Tailoring business my life I feet confident in saying 1 lepresont one of the best tailoring firms in the country With my experience in laking measure and I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in title line will bear me out My prlcos are the same as max per onced men who are in the business also have a nice line of fancy oheviot and other suitlngb I will cut and make If you desire nt a meditate price Thank- Ing you for put favors I nm yours II C RU1LEY the Tailor Olympian Sulphur Springs year Y1 6 OpenJaly F M SIMS Pror The water contalM litlS grain of wild mailer to Ue gallon conUtlBf principally of calcium ialpb U todlam talplint and sodium chloride with MIme calcium carbon 15s sjapiealum salpbate potawlam ad patsad a trace of llUilum talphal TIM water also coiitnlnt Oss train of hydrogen end tilde to the gallon KarreD t P llumphrey nrt well Ir Bertie Carpenter oavlU- nr J F 1toD J O Carpenter Rail W H McRoherti Staat- ordAdministrators Sale Aimleltrator of tie wtate of J V Coffey deccaevd win offer for tale and with tbs oiiaient of Joteph Ooffey their etire form of loll acre uf ai good land as U In the ouuL with rtwldence and all uecee Hurt utbullJliifpt a good barn S of then very largo good fcnnlnj plenty Of tock water ml In grew except shout acres The furoi Icywell tho Biutonvllle and Danvliu In good neighborhood sad In une mile uf depot on 0 Hood It not sold Ijf fore the of September will then be old to the hl5he t that date will well penonal property oootUtlnr of hit y uff ot tS acres ailIlet aaed off of 65 inre wheat oft of acree corn off ot II acre 3 good work mule yearling mule 2 brood inarei IS yearling cattle binder- mowing muchlnaa barrow as good at uew wheat drill corn pleat er 3 Oliver Ohlfl plow No 501 corn shell er 1 A barrows hay baler In order I two hone wagons 2 hay trumee onehila Inter ett In 0 acres ot tobacco ell to 100 bushels of orchard grass seed 18000 tobacco sticks some old corn and harnra I sad dle bridle and blanket 880 locust posts for wire fence 100 white oak posts fur post rail fence 50 locust posts for pot rail fence 1 double barrel shot gun gold watch ell ver watch farm roller S3 hemp brakes x cultivators double shovel plows Any one deslrhg to see the place can on me or Joseph Cagey on the place and we will show with will begin at turnIkeTurnpike 1K share or IItockln tllo will be sold for one third each balanao on one and two years time with lien retained ou land W A COrnY Admr Tou EMILISH Auc Ti i 3iLadies Muslin Underwear Coreot Covers lOc Drawers lUc Skirts 80o Gowns 30o SkirtB 70c Gowns 70c Dont lay tho blame on us if you dont come early antI get Pins 3c Needles 8cHairl Buttons Ic down Brown Cotton 4c per yard 12c Per cnlo nt 7c 16c Zephyr Ginghams at lOc I New SummerSuits srsec saes Olnrtaa Patterns Stylulily Made Garments Crashes Flannels Blue Serges fl See tire new Double Mreaste1 Styles W ti tb CUMfilNS MCLARY nOT WEATHER GOODS Straw Hats Cloth Hats Low Shoes in Tan and Patents Negligee Shirts J Lace Hose Crash Suits Serge Coats Mens Wo mens and Childrens white canvas low shoes All new and uptodate r H J McROBBRTS Stanford Kentucky THE CRAB ORCHARD fAIR JND RACING ASSOCIATIONW- ILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL MEETING JULY 273 DAYS Show Rings in the forenoon and Running Trotting and Pacing Races in the afternoon Everbody invited and expected- R H BRONAUGH President W D WALLIN Secretary FOR FANCY GROCERIES Candle Fruits Etc tall on E 8 Iarae Crab Orchard Ky Oaodv made daily lor and fresh meats alwayv on hand THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Board and shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Frofos ilonal bills due when services are rendered and must lpaid promptly BDCARTERSuccessor Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men patronage Is solicited Hornet on commission Stock Pona In Connection 00 u E D Peyton DEALER IK Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford to Old Point Comfort- and th- eSEASHORE CO Route THURSDAY JULY 14 12 From Loxln ton Ky HI THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ajtandcaeaaFrid1t + ablLhaTuss9ATE 1 PER YEAR CASH r NT Whin not sopsld 300 will blehlralaI f rof KNOXV1LLE 01 VISION t 21 TraIn going NorthH 101 p m 02II IIMHHH 280 a South 11 025 MH 1235NOW NEW LIVERY STABLE I S WltJUJI a 91N Profs r JUNCTION CITY KY J FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Bates Special Attention to Traveling Men and day For SaIl J H IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Bates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers in Coal i Jesse W Sweeney ritoniETOR Livory Food and Salo Stable i Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to t date rigs at reasonable rateS PaJl TraBlort DKALIIl IS Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc I JOarpnt House Close to Depot STANFORD KYI Prompt In1 pollta attention Nothing but the bee to drink Mall pbon cr telegraph orlers receive prompt attention j TO HOUSEKEEPERS You may need new mattlngi oil cloth rugs shades lace curtains curtain poles pictures frames screens passe partolst doors glass tables chain wardrobes couches dressers washstand beds springs mattresses chamber salt water seta lamps chiffon len folding beds washing machines wring ere wan carpet I3per trunla tete scopes carriage house paint curtaIn stretchers carpet stretchers etc PRUITT BROS 1UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS IN CONNECTION MORELAND KY BOONE S CO 1LUTESRoal Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky I AH persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number of flne Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be to show any one what we have It you desire to sell Livery It in our hands Office at Boonos Stable Stanford Ky It R B Mahony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties of 1nooln and Casey who may be socking insurance against lire Lightning and Tornado None but i 8tron est and best OldLine Com panies represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed I Phone S- 2Stanford Kentucky MOS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entre Nona Club 176 Warren Avenue CUICAOO ILL Oct 22 1002 For nearly four pears I suffered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an operation as the way to pet well I however operationMywell oa I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to a of Canlui for mo to and he did so IbegantoimprovornafewdayIand my recovery was very rapid With eighteen weeks I was another jfrf Stowos letter shows woman how a home is saddened by completelyWine ness and brings health and happi ness again Do not on suffer ing Go to your druggist today and secure a flOO of Canlui WINECllllWJ HARVEY HELM I I Of SUnfsfd Is a cinJUate for jwjcreii In this the Eighth district subject to the actIOn of the demo cratk party HON D L MOORE ef Mercer county Is a eanlldat for Con ress In the Eighth district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert sub Jtct to tile action of the Democratic party Your support l s earnestly solicited Q G GILBERT Of Shelby Is a caaUit for Congress subject to the I action of the democratic party R C WARREN Is a canlUit for Judge of the Llnwln County Court subject to till action of the democratic party THOMAS D NEWALND SR utJeetaGEORGE W DeBORD Is a canaldat for Sheriff of Lincoln County sublet t tl ts action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL S- RI a candidate tor Sheriff of Lincoln county sobjec to tile action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN It a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to i action of the demociatlc party SAMUEL M OWENS ll a candidate for of Lincoln county subject te UK action of tile democratic party DINK FARMER IIa candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tbs action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candldat for Jailer subject to the action of the luaxratlc party W I HERRIN Is a candidate far Jailer subject ta the action of the liaocratlc party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candUat for Superintendent of pubic Schools of Lincoln County sibjtct to the attlenttbe demo static patty MISS KATE BOGLE Is e candidate for Superintendent of PuNic ScluMs of Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo cratic party JAMES D ANDERSON Is a candldat fet Assessor of Lincoln county ub- Ject to tile action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- s a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county sub rids to the action of the democratic party D C ALLEN I Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Wsub Kt to the action of the Deaecratlc party EMMETT MCORMACK- s a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln corner sob Jlet to the action of tile deaocratk party I W A CARSON- rusdidakfetAssessor of LkmtB cenMjr HbJ- eclte the action of the deawcrak p np E D KENNEDY- s a cantUatt for Assessor of Tlnola county subject 10 the aces of she ocratIc pare JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ia s calldlda for cousstloeoey of Uaeeta county object to toe ale sHy RL HUBBLE 5f Lincoln county la a candidate for the nomination tor State Senator In this district subject to tin action of tile democratic party I PARKERS HAIR BALSAM hairPrOrarlUirOur dmM it 1r- aaaadIJI st Draohu is L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSODBALBMl FnrnlltureBIattingeRugsThey kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J4GtcGLMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And DealearIn HABNJBSS SADDLERY 10 Stanford Ky t 4 hm n Tbo LANOASTERI Lancaster team here Friday afternoon by the score of 3 to 2 Marriage licenses were issued tbl week to Mr J D Wren and Miss Fll die Kinnalrd aged 17 both of Garrai county and Mr Wm Anderson and Miss Sarab Bracket of this county Atlas Thompson of Mt Vernon Is the pretty and attractive guest of Mil Ethyl West Misses Sunbeam Wilds and Blanch Hamilton have returned to their home In Nlcholasvlllo after a pleaeant visit to Miss LUlle V Wen Mr and Mrs Walter S Boazlcr are attending tbe St Louie fair this week Misses Bright and Letcher of Dan vllle are tbe pretty and attractive guests of Mrs Wm Cook Mrs Mc Clellan Johnston was at home Sunday from Livingston where he ta engage In bis coal mines- CHOKING TARRHCURED Your Money Back if Hyom Does Not Cure You ut1e Ilyomei and br cured ofcatarrh is what all who have tried It for that dis sees say to their friends It la the easiest thing in the world to stop catarrh at its beginning if you use Ilyomei Jut breathe the health giving balsamio air for a low minutes and you catarrh will be cured In this city and neighboring towns there are hundreds who can testify to thft remarkable powers of Hyomei to euro cs tanh Many of the staunchcst friends of this remedy today began its use with little hope that they would bo cured but as Mr Penny offered to refund the mon oy if it did not cure they derided to try it on that plan and were soon restored 10 health Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the date fixed for holding the Kentucky faire or 1001 afar as reported Klrksvllle July 152 day Crab Orchard July 2i3 days Danville August 33 day Barrodsburg August 03 day Lawrenccburg August 164 days Brodhead Aug 17 18 10 Sbepberdsvllle AUR234 day Shelbyvllle Aug 23I days t Springfield Aug 21I day Somerset Aug 304 days NIcholasvllle Aug 303 days Florence Aug 314 days Glasgow Aug 314 days Ellsibethtown Sept 64 day Hartford Sept 214 days Georgetowfa Aug 012 days Tothe Worlds Fair via Queen a resoent Route and Southern Hallway occellent service from South and Southeast For Information address W O Rlneareon G P A Cincinnati O G E Clarke T P A LDxIiglon- or They blued Parkers name In the illssourl eonvantlon This Is not sur irlslng when it Is recalled that bood era seem to predominate tbero Lex emocrat Produce Wanted I Will you the Hat Market prlos for eggs bvas hides feathers tank etc Gall be oovtnced at n B Kottbeout Btsmtord Iy QUAUTunLY naroitT OP THB THE GRIB ORGH RD IIANKIIIG GOI itlioolceo of bnsloey on June Mitt sal RRSOURCRSi Loans alld DIKG4 4I s1 Over1rallS seewed Overdrafts tmotnred nt S- Due from NalleMl ftuta uo 5 Due from State Banks Bilkers epee e Due from Trust Coaipanle iboy6 mkln sal Let t4s Sf Other Real Estate 0 se eo Mortlarest 00-U S Bonds aa0wti- mer Stocks and Bond o em GOS peeta ti H 44- CilrreACy 1444 oo 5Jo 44 E tcnante for Uea tlC0- 1fMr I IMS carried as Cailt wnltiir a4 Fixtures 194 10 Fvn4 to r1 Tes o ooooo- unmtiipens sU slQeartrf jo6 u PrrvlautQuat JtS 6- s st1f 1 LIADILITIBS I Stackra14lf1lnusJJs on urrlucFunJ 00- UnJlvIo1e1 15 1755 Due Depositors as fottowsvtt oposll subject M check en which Interest Is not noM JSOTi 41 epotlts subject to check fen which Interact If pU o o e CIO eound certltkat of desojlli ton which liittriM Is paid ooooo CoO Time certificates of deposHs on which Interest IspaU uovo o0 Savings deposits on whkh Interest Is pao1 00 moo 00 rtlfied Checks coooe oo tiiori 41 Due National Banks oootoO 00- Due State Banks and Bankers oo coo JO- Due TrusCCompanKs 00000 so on one oo Cashier Checks oulsUnJInj oo eon oo ills rediscounted ooooo 00 UnpaId dividends pf 90 ixes due and w aside chest amount of Indebtedness of any rector or officer II amount ef such In btedness exceeds 10 per cent of 1111- up capital stock of bank zoo 00 Amount of loft dividend joo 00 Suit oS STATE OF of KENTUCKYl sa- county Wra Mason Morris Catlil r of Crab OrcharJ Dick Inlt Co a flank located and doing business In tbe- town of Crab Orchard In said county being July sworn 1011 the foregotncreport Is In all respects a true state menl of salt at the close of iklness on the join day of June 1904 to the test of his knowledge and belief and further says that the bulnell of sold Rank hat been transacted at the locallon named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice re- clve1 from the Secretary of State designating the Iblhsa of June 1904 as the day on which such Ott shall be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by Wm Mason Morrl the and day of July EDMISTONNoLny Public Wm Mason Morris Cashier W E Perkins J N Singleton Curtis Cover Dlrec Irs than 700 emigrants bound Iron IMore for New York on the Norgo have been drowned Too Norge struck on a rook In the North Atlantic about JOO miles off the coast of Scotland and foundered There Tbero was a heavy sea and mot of the boats were smashed No hwn For years file was after me contlnu ouily writes F A Gulledge Verbena Alay 1 had a terrible cue of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured nje Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains Only 26o at Pennys Drug StoreAFTER all thoflghlagalnst the Amer ican Book Company It seems the Irony of fate that It should be awarded the contract to furnish the school books of the State for the next Qvo years In many Instances the bids were below the price named In the Cantrlll bill I- The Peoples party of Missouri hat nominated a full State adopting puibllo a platform deularlng for ownership of all public utilities George P Emery prominent In Maine politics was found dead In hit bed In Portland Dr JeBe Beck DENTIST Offico In Elmoro Building MAIN ST Stanford Kentucky THE CALVERT Miss Willie K Rocker Proprietress 3641 Finney Ave Stl Louis A Sa PRICE ImrftoQ Dentist tmnfordy Ky 0ffiovrr KcBobutoDrnc Store lath Ovtlt Uallalat Dr O S WilliamsDE- NTIST All work guaranteed and cos roa sonablo- Hustonvlllo Kontucky Have Your Buggy Painted It will ooetyou only JS I ute bet of paint and varatskea sad Kaaranlee say work to lie firstdaw Call at shop on Som erset street and see speelHMa of my work lotur pBlatlarand puper bsnrlar clialtly- and Ml tactor1ly done J J I BUGGIES AT COST FOR CASH I I Raving decided to quit UM b ery bust none I wtU sell for the next M days at cost for cash a ear load of Ilugfto Surrys PbaetoBs and Iluokboards also A lot of IlararM They ar all tlM latest style sad best make Part of tbe T lilele are rubber tired Ooae to tee CM and got a bar lain nt ones before they are all JOIIe CURTIS OOVElt Grab Orchard Ky The Kirksville Fair Friday and Saturday July 15 16 S Rat pore aiadeeiteeme I N Two pound butter I N Raked bar S Loaf salt rising bread S Plato beaten bttmtt S Two bottles IH metnade wine S Gallon tee cream S Gallon pine apple sherbet I White cake S cake I Chocolate cake S White fruit oaks S flack cake 11 Stallion mare or gelding i Stallion S years and under 15 Stallion a years and under 4 N Stallion 4 and over as Phaeton under 11 hands 10 Mare or gelding 3 yean old and under 110 State or gelding I yean and under 4 10 Walking marc or an age 1C Itockaway mare or gelding shown to rookaway 15 State lank d Trust Oo tUko see- The above stake to be shown on Friday July 15 1901 for best saddle stallion rnnro or gelding say age of which 1100 Is ronorv ed for consolation Fastest mate or gelding to be driven six tltrei fair ring 15 Rest rider under 14 10- Combined mare or guiding any ago 15 Lady rider 10 SECOND DAY Mulo colt sitter sex 10 Mule 1 year old and under I 10 Mute 2 years old and under 3 10 Mule 3 years and under 4 10 Pair mules Any ago 15 Mule age 26 Mare and colt either sex 10 Colt inure or gelding get ofKox Ar buckle S3 Maro or gelding four years anti over 30 Pair matched mares or geldings ao Harness mare 4 yean old and over 30 Harness gelding 4 years and over 30 Dolt of sex under 1 year 10- 0RoadterMare or gelding any age 50 handsomest girl 1 year 10 handsomest girl baby 1 year old and under 2 10 Mara or gelding S and under 3 10 Mare or gelding 3 yean and under 4 20 talllon mare or gelding 1 year and under S 1L Saddle stallion 2 and under 3 years 10 Saddle stallion 3 and under 4 years 20 talllon 4 years old and over 30 Double team regardless of sex color or ownership 26 talllon mare or gelding uny ae 100 Model stallion mare or gelding shown to halter 10 ancy turnout for road purposes 20 Fastest mule live times around 15 Mare or gelding 4 veara old and over 30 1 J OUttTIS President- J O SIMMONS Secretary io i Report of Condition of tbe First National Bank of Stanford Ky At the close of business June 30 1904 RBSOUItCUS 48SleeksOther real estate 0300 0- 0Overdraftsrooo6 36 1171142 30 U S Hondsi 41000 00 Premium on U S ponds aooo po Banking house and fixtures 5259 00 Due from banks jBJW 84 Due from State of Kentucky 100 27sDue from U S Treasurer 9950 00 Cash on band 232J7 r6- 28129o 16 LIADIUTIUS 500Surplus a Spruntl50r30Clroulatlen 47Other47a1182290 M 04Net13Dfvidead3400TaxesWReducedKedueed Reallistate222 5LeaveSII131 t3 J S Hocjuut Prmhltnl JOHN J MoIloiiHnis Cnshftr W irWKAHKN Asat Coshtor Condition of oJ Lincoln County National Bank At Close of Business June 30 1904rrNtta0UI1CItI Loans and discflnots- Overtl ii 11601 10 rafts 16191 311 U S Bonds 10000 00 Duo from banks DIiSO SlJ Five per COllI fund 2100 00 Ilankhoussfurnlturektx 3tiOO 00 Cash 154091 thOSlSI 2 iiosai 3 I1M art July 11901 1110 I 869914 l3 MUM Debts off 1176 Carried to fund MM prods aces 11o3R J CMttfar Stalesb i of cosMHttai 0t The National Bank of Hustonville das of bsulnssjt Juno jo 1904 nsotacs- Losuuiad discooNta- Overdrafl 8121187 74 tj9 83 Said 1150000 Baklug Ilan Anltie 5573 00 R l MfMfca Pud wisk U S TNsrtc 6ts 00 DiIrsn tasks qh- Ca b zsyga SIo6II i4 uAMunnS- vrphM COpis Slack 1 soCIDO is Pad 10000 aU Ptofltt 4ttt 50 Pad topaz Taos 961 njoo oo Individual i 9S79 ioto6 th Sf ttarsjhs fast 6 sMsitiM IJJ of as foliows Current and Taxes PaW J164Dividead No 42 5 pf cent 3500 oo Added m Trx Fund sty o4 Addedo Pwfltt JOG a e5131 3s W Hooker ambler LlAllllhluICapital stock e 10000 Surplus toad 10000 UfMtiTktod pratto 4 IS 13 ClraolatloB 000000- ItMttrU deiwiita 188008 IS 04 Dote Unti145S Of HT OS 84 +Irked to irayteMs WO W 3GSIt Barntaffs SontltessdlakJut110 ae IHSTHiWUTM DtrUNad GO BJtpMme Fu4 to Vn 00 efaanpd surplus 10 UndlvMod 8 38 li dWNiBV At U S d OMMI fr7 aI Circulation Depoalta of6 Dispoted Itxpeofec Undivided J 00 00 fl M suesi of tin eositti t of 1 FIRST STATE BANK JUNCTION CITY KY As clop of braes Jt4 3o 1104 aasgsCe Loans ad discoaali fcMS So Qvatdialu 191 M leaf sitU A Fiatataa i- Baakiag aHOM k Us H ljjs o- obids V WBKH e so is cIatOM 1159041- l5 7 91- LUMLtTHB Capital Stock41500000 Suspla A Profits gay lodividaal Depoa 4 = 57J 7ewD to Basks ao 8071 9- 3Ororarrlp tat Iko yur 8a196 o4 Djspond eta toHowf Oeaarat BapeMea liy96 87 DirWond No y 6 per rest gases Added to Surptae i per scot 15 oo UsdlrMed Profit 49 r7 x896 04 M D Itaasdell Cashier Talcum Powder i Colgates Violet 15c Eastmans Violet 25c Eastmans Crushed Roses i 25c Mennens 25c Dont suffer I from the effects of heat when these brands of Pure and Antiseptic Tat I cum Powders can be had i PENNYS DRUG STOREStanford C R McCormackDealer Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries HardwareTinware and Harness Fresh meats and fish daily High est Market Price for Country Pro duce G I R McCormack Hustonville t jI l r